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Posted: 06/28/20 01:56am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Has anyone replaced the toilet in a 2005 E450 Fleetwood 26Q and if so which model did you buy. We have replaced toilets before and I thought I would ask here before I start researching what will fit. The toilet that is in there is so tiny, we would like to have more of a stick built home feel. Thanks for any responses.

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A porcelain toilet is the ONLY way to go!

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Look for one of the tall models and yes, porcelain is nice. Check the model, the adapter plates and seal at the floor are not all identical.


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valhalla360 wrote:

Look for one of the tall models and yes, porcelain is nice. Check the model, the adapter plates and seal at the floor are not all identical.


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On my 2006 Fleetwood Tioga 26Q I replaced the old one with the Aqua-Magic Bravura

I did a lot of research and measuring and found that the low profile one would fit best because of the step up that the toilet sits on.

The things I like is the foot flush, larger seat,the lid and seat comes off easily for cleaning. Also the water module is easy to access for hook up and if needed to be replaced it is simple,most others to replace a leaking water module you have to remove the whole toilet.

Full disclosure I had to replace my leaking water module after 10 years of service,it was an easy fix unlike the others that I looked at.


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A tall model will not fit as the toilet sits up on a step. We have replaced all our stick built toilets with talls and love them

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Some rvs have H/C plumbing lines that run on top of the rv floor behind the toilet . If that's the case,they are housed inside a covering that could interfere with the water valve behind the rear of the toilet. Make sure you have the clearance.

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bobndot wrote:

Some rvs have H/C plumbing lines that run on top of the rv floor behind the toilet . If that's the case,they are housed inside a covering that could interfere with the water valve behind the rear of the toilet. Make sure you have the clearance.



In a previous RV we had we had to drill a hole and re-route the water lines for clearance. That is why I asked for anyone who has replaced their toilet in our current model. Saves time and energy doing the research LOL

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